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Americans Are DYING Because Sheeple Won't Use Smartphones Properly, If You Drive While Texting You Should Be Given DUI! Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 13:40:36 Id: 791e68 [Preview] No. 2449 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Jennifer Smith doesn’t like the term “accident.” It implies too much chance and too little culpability.

A “crash” killed her mother in 2008, she insists, when her car was broadsided by another vehicle while on her way to pick up cat food. The other driver, a 20-year-old college student, ran a red light while talking on his mobile phone, a distraction that he immediately admitted and cited as the catalyst of the fatal event.

“He was remorseful,” Smith, now 43, said. “He never changed his story.”

Yet in federal records, the death isn’t attributed to distraction or mobile-phone use. It’s just another line item on the grim annual toll taken by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration [NHTSA]—one of 37,262 that year. Three months later, Smith quit her job as a realtor and formed Stopdistractions.org, a nonprofit lobbying and support group. Her intent was to make the tragic loss of her mother an anomaly.

To that end, she has been wildly unsuccessful. Nine years later, the problem of death-by-distraction has gotten much worse.

Over the past two years, U.S. traffic fatalities surged by 14.4 percent. In 2016 alone, more than 100 people died every day in or near vehicles in America, the first time the country has passed that grim toll in a decade. Regulators, meanwhile, still have no good idea why crash-related deaths are spiking: People are driving longer distances but not tremendously so; total miles were up just 2.2 percent last year. Collectively, we seemed to be speeding and drinking a little more, but not much more than usual. Together, experts say these upticks don’t explain the surge in road deaths.

There are however three big clues, and they don’t rest along the highway. One, as you may have guessed, is the substantial increase in smartphone use by U.S. drivers as they drive. From 2014 to 2016, the share of Americans who owned an iPhone, Android phone, or something comparable rose from 75 percent to 81 percent.

The second is the changing way in which Americans use their phones while they drive. These days, we’re pretty much done talking. Texting, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are the order of the day—all activities that require far more attention than simply holding a gadget to your ear or responding to a disembodied voice. By 2015, almost 70 percent of Americans were using their phones to share photos and follow news events via social media. In just two additional years, that figure has jumped to 80 percent.

Finally, the increase in fatalities has been largely among bicyclists, motorcyclists, and pedestrians—all of whom are easier to miss from the driver’s seat than, say, a 4,000-pound SUV—especially if you’re glancing up from your phone rather than concentrating on the road. Last year, 5,987 pedestrians were killed by cars in the U.S., almost 1,100 more than in 2014—that’s a 22 percent increase in just two years.

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Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 16:39:16 Id: 1e830f [Preview] No. 2467 del
>>2462
>>2463
Go fuck yourself. If you want a child bribe, go back to the Middle East and stay there you perv because we won't allow it to happen here, at least not in our lifetime.

And another thing, if you hate America so much, why do you want to come over here and marry our children in the first place!?

That's akin to me saying "I hate niggers" and then going to Africa to breed with their daughters. Looooooooney!


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 17:03:21 Id: 0f6dda [Preview] No. 2468 del
America is a continent...
you stupid niggers


Reader 10/18/2017 (Wed) 12:07:05 Id: 43de8a [Preview] No. 2486 del
I can almost guarantee the reason government doesn't crack down on this belligerent behavior is because officials are getting bribed by companies like Apple and Microsoft behind closed doors, and so are politicians who are willing to turn a blind eye. These big tech companies want people addicted to their gadgets and if that means more lost lives then they grunt "so be it."


Reader 10/18/2017 (Wed) 12:10:49 Id: 43de8a [Preview] No. 2487 del
>>2468
America is a continent and also a sovereign nation. They co-exist as one. Most call it the United States of America, but "America" will do just fine.



Well No Shit! WiFi Connections Confirmed 100% Insecure, Every Wireless Device Can Be Breached Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 23:56:20 Id: d9271d [Preview] No. 2435 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
“Every Wi-Fi connection” is reportedly vulnerable to a security flaw that allows hackers to snoop on your internet traffic.

According to the Telegraph, “The vulnerability is the first to be found in the modern encryption techniques that have been used to secure Wi-Fi networks for the last 14 years,” and, “In theory, it allows an attacker within range of a Wi-Fi network to inject computer viruses into internet networks, and read communications like passwords, credit card numbers and photos sent over the internet.”

“It seems to affect all Wi-Fi networks, it’s a fundamental flaw in the underlying protocol, even if you’ve done everything right [your security] is broken,” said Alan Woodward of the University of Surrey’s Centre for Cyber Security.

https://archive.is/4fWob

The “Krack” attack reportedly makes everyone’s connection vulnerable, and cannot be stopped by changing your Wi-Fi passwords.

“It seems to affect all Wi-Fi networks, it’s a fundamental flaw in the underlying protocol, even if you’ve done everything right [your security] is broken,” claimed Alan Woodward, a member of the University of Surrey’s Centre for Cyber Security. “You can’t trust your network, you can’t assume that what’s going between your PC and router is secure.”

https://archive.fo/7AItg
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Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 03:56:12 Id: 37fb57 [Preview] No. 2444 del
IT here, Ditto on radio (insecure af), and this mainly affects clients, not the routers. Wifi repeaters are clients as well. Yes, cellphones too. It has to do with handshake. Will post on nntpchan, the exploit thread.


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 09:56:33 Id: 391e74 [Preview] No. 2447 del
>>2438
I hope ThinkPads killswitch is enough.


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 12:19:33 Id: 0181a5 [Preview] No. 2448 del
>>2436
Ditto. I have been saying for more than a decade that anything wireless is never secure no matter what silly encryption is baked into the standards. Sure the encryption can be considered relatively secure, but the implementation is always all wrong, as is the case here.

Personally I think a good compromise is to remove the built in wifi card (which is garbage anyway) and use an external usb card when you absolutely need wireless for something (pentesting or whatever). That way you can easily physically remove it when not in use but still have the ability to use it when necessary.

>>2444
It is still a good idea to update all wireless devices and not just the clients nontheless.

>>2447
Being chinese (Lenovo) I would not count on it.


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 14:36:04 Id: 391e74 [Preview] No. 2455 del
>>2438
>Being chinese (Lenovo) I would not count on it.
There has been talks that ThinkPads newer than 2005-2006 should not be trusted. I wonder if it affects some the last truly IBM models such as T61 and T60. Anyway, libre hardware could prevent shit like this to happen.

Lol whatevah, I already got a computer with no USB ports and or wireless card and it also can't be booted from a USB-stick. So shitty and pain in the ass that you don't want to deal with it at all.


Reader 10/18/2017 (Wed) 04:14:38 [Preview] No. 2484 del
>>2444
Ok, thread and message anchor:
/t/92ad4c8c4014c4cbdf21b8cd3cd28add4864fc9e/#ced57c72bdc6c02520e9ef8fc9bf1a885e139da4
tl;dr every WPA2 client is totally affected, it's literary a matter time before someone makes pineapple/raspi worm; which is my assessment is correct, we are barely hours in.

>>2448 2444 obv.
Upgrading Infineon Technologies AG firmware won't do shit. And many many wifi chips using their templates are not upgradable.
Wireless}Radio are no-gos in any real secure environments.

>>2455
Many many motherboards using Intel ME, which used a template booloader for testing (debug mode). It has affected nearly all laptops, even new ones. It was posted on >>>/tech/ with the process of discovery upto the manufacturer declarations. But that thread was wiped out by spammers and never recovered.
We are at a point that if you don't know everything about the machine you purchase, you are getting pwnd. We can only hope RISCV and TALOS make true open motherboards. Sad that no one makes OpenSolaris boards and chips.
Wondering if >>>/os/ BO made a backup



Smart: Poland Says NO To $9.2 Billion Credit Line From Predatory IMF Loan Sharks Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 20:26:18 Id: fbbf7d [Preview] No. 2429 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Poland has said thanks but no thanks to a $9.2bn credit line from IMF.

(For those not aware, this is how the IMF bankrupted Greece: huge insolvent loans that the Greek government were never able to pay back off. This resulted with future "bail-ins" ie public wealth confiscation in Greece by their own insolvent, corrupt government who took the loans from IMF loan sharks).

According to Polands finance ministry, Warsaw will withdraw from the International Monetary Fund’s precautionary Flexible Credit Line (FCL) which is worth billions of dollars.

The ministry quoted Finance Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Twitter saying: “We are resigning from a $9.2 billion credit line from the IMF. The Polish economy is in such a good situation that we can do it”

#Morawiecki: Rezygnujemy z $9,2mld linii kredytowej #IMF Polska gospodarka jest w tak dobrej sytuacji, że możemy to zrobić. @IMFNews pic.twitter.com/JtlxiHrWQw

— MinisterstwoFinansów (@MF_GOV_PL) October 14, 2017

RT reports:

The country’s budget posted a record surplus of $1.36 billion for the period from January to August as a result of a steep rise in revenue from value-added tax. Economic growth was almost four percent.

I have taken the decision to quit the FCL after an analysis of tax data, macroeconomic parameters, assessment of our budget stability and currency reserves,” Morawiecki was cited as saying.

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Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 20:45:49 Id: 40a197 [Preview] No. 2430 del
great!
I can't stop thinking that the imf should disappear, they have no moral value after destroying Greece.


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 03:44:38 Id: a59a20 [Preview] No. 2441 del
Poland has good finance laws, but bad economy. Trying to recall why it was a no go.


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 14:28:45 Id: 325854 [Preview] No. 2453 del
>>2441
Because you don't boost the economy by giving loans to your government. That is the most insane idea ever, and only opens the gateway to fiscal abuse, incompetence and waste. The end result? See Greece, where they ended up having to confiscate public bank accounts and seize public savings in order to pay back the IMF (with interest!) IMF made more money than they loaned with that deal - ALL at the publics' expense.


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 14:39:21 Id: 325854 [Preview] No. 2456 del
>>2441
Think of it this way: the IMF act as loan sharks.

The government acts as spoiled children who take out a loan to buy some candy. The parents (that is the public) typically don't want their kids to take loans from loan sharks, but they did that anyway.

Now the spoiled brats have their candy but can't pay those loans back.... and the IMF is there to break their little legs. What do the spoiled brats do now? They scream, kick and whine for the parents to bail them out. And when that doesn't work, they steal the money from the parent's wallets while they were sleeping to pay back the loans with interest. The parents then no longer have enough money the next day to feed themselves or the spoiled kids.

Lessons learned by Poland courtesy of Greece's corrupt spoiled government.


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 21:34:40 Id: 384797 [Preview] No. 2480 del
>>2453
I'm not talking about the IMF, but Polish laws. Haven't done my survey, but I do recall scratched it off.



Trump Admits Border Wall Funding Will Be Part of DACA Amnesty Deal with Democrats Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 18:03:45 Id: 9e1482 [Preview] No. 2469 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
President Donald Trump restated his support for wall funding, telling reporters on Monday that it would be part of any deal with Democrats to legalize illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children.

“We need a wall in this country. You know it, I know it, everybody knows it,” Trump said during a press conference with Mitch McConnell on Monday. “We need a wall and that will be part of it.”

Trump was asked by ABC’s Jon Karl if he would insist that wall funding would be part of a deal with Democrats to provide a solution for DACA recipients.

The president pointed out that Mexico was “not doing particularly well” on stopping drugs and illegal immigration from coming into the United States, which was why it was a priority.

Trump also spoke about the wall during a cabinet meeting at the White House.

“We have a very good relationship with Mexico but there are a lot of problems, and we don’t want the drugs and we don’t want the crime, but we need the wall,” he said.

He also signaled his opposition to “chain migration,”

Recently, we’ve asked Congress to ensure that any proposed immigration reform ends chain migration,” he said. “It’s critical for creating a system that puts American workers and the American taxpayer first.”

https://archive.fo/QTuF6

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Journalist Who Investigated Offshore Tax Evasion by International Elites Killed By Car Bomb Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 23:16:57 Id: 1d3b94 [Preview] No. 2432 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A journalist who led the Panama Papers offshore tax evasion expose was killed today when a bomb blew up her car.

Investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia - dubbed a "one-woman WikiLeaks" - was killed as she was driving near the village of Bidnija in northern Malta.

She had filed a complaint to police a fortnight ago after receiving personal threats to her safety, local media said.

Caruana Galizia ran a hugely popular blog relentlessly highlighting cases of alleged corruption, often involving politicians from the Mediterranean island nation.

In Malta, she had led the coverage of the Panama Papers, a leak of millions of legal documents last year detailing financial details of offshore entities used by the rich and powerful to avoid tax.

Video today showed the burnt-out wreck of her car lying in a field metres from the road.

Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, who faced accusations of wrong-doing by Caruana Galizia earlier this year, denounced her killing.

He called it a barbaric attack on press freedom.

Muscat had called early elections in June seeking a vote of confidence to counter Caruana Galizia's allegations of corruption.

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Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 03:48:00 Id: cd1b00 [Preview] No. 2442 del
shit, this hits home, I knew Daphne. Farewell


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 06:30:26 Id: b0256b [Preview] No. 2445 del
>>2442
>Daphne Caruana Galizia

Oh really? How so, because I doubt you knew her as well as I, for I was inside her pussy on a daily basis as of 5 years ago and I did her ass as well


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 16:34:17 Id: 8f8d7e [Preview] No. 2465 del
One.less woman who is opposed to men taking female children as brides. (Deuteronomy chapter 22, verse 28-29, hebrew).


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 16:34:57 Id: 8f8d7e [Preview] No. 2466 del
>>2445
Fuck you and fuck her.



Caught On Tape! Senior Homepage Editor Reveals Biased Political Agenda at New York Times Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 15:14:58 Id: 6eb744 [Preview] No. 2459 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Caught On Tape! Senior Homepage Editor Reveals Biased Political Agenda at New York Times=

RELATED: >>>/news/2299 ; >>>/news/2352

WATCH: https://youtube.com/watch?v=uOBuGCd39Xw [Embed]

DOWNLOAD: http://www54.zippyshare.com/v/sgN9ZXOc/file.html

https://breaking.projectveritas.com/NYTimes3.html
https://web.archive.org/web/20171017150448/https://breaking.projectveritas.com/NYTimes3.html

Project Veritas has released a video of the New York Times Homepage Editor Des Shoe, who was caught on hidden-camera admitting that the Times has a liberal bias and attacking President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. This is part three of their American Pravda NYT investigation.

When confronted with the notion that during the election, The Times' front page, for which she is responsible, was completely focused around Trump. She tells the undercover journalist that NYT reporters tried to influence the election with their reporting:

"I think one of the things that maybe journalists were thinking about is like...Oh, if we write about him, about how insanely crazy he is and how ludicrous his policies are, then maybe people will read it and be like, oh wow, we shouldn't vote for him."

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Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 15:15:49 Id: 6eb744 [Preview] No. 2460 del
The New York Times senior homepage editor goes on to explain the positive effect of Trump's victory: "Since the election, like you know...Speaking on, you know, for The New York Times, our subscriptions have sky-rocketed since...I mean, they call it the Trump bump."

This sentiment was echoed by Nick Dudich, who was featured in American Pravda Part 1 and Part 2. He explains, "I mean honestly, Trump has driven us more business than anybody else. Anytime he says failing, we add a boost of subscribers."

The New York Times responded to Part I in a statement, calling Dudich "a recent hire in a junior position." Later, Executive Editor of the NYT Dean Baquet described Dudich as "a kid...who just started his career in journalism." The same cannot be said for Ms. Shoe, a senior-level employee who has been with The Times since January of 2009.

Des Shoe claims that the New York Times has to chase clicks in the current media environment, "The Washington Post, people who have paywalls up...The main objective is to grab subscribers. You do that any way that you can."

When told the New York Times seems more like a 'click-paper', Shoe replies:

"I mean, you're not wrong. Like, I would love to be able to speak my mind completely about...If I ever leave the Times I'll go back to you guys and tell you exactly what I think. But, I mean, there's stuff like...And this is what I was trying to say is like the last couple years it's changed for the bad."

Shoe finally goes on to explain her personal biases against President Trump, "I feel like Trump is...is just a...is sort of an idiot in a lot of ways. Just an oblivious idiot."

She also attacks Vice President Mike Pence, implying that his religious beliefs make him unfit to lead:

"If you impeach him, then Pence becomes President, Mike Pence, who's f***ing horrible...I think maybe, possibly worse than Trump.

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Adobe warns about Flash exploits Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 23:43:39 Id: ee227f [Preview] No. 2434 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 03:51:30 Id: dc9943 [Preview] No. 2443 del
but wubaot Firekikez?


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 14:44:55 Id: b3e463 [Preview] No. 2457 del
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>>2434
Listen up fucktard, there are still braindead people in charge of massive website and services. Retards from banking website to government newsmedia outlets using these outdated shitty standards because they are too afraid of pirates copying shit so they use these death wishes because of it has DRM. All in all, everyone loses and you have to pay for this stupid bullshit.


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 14:56:49 Id: da7644 [Preview] No. 2458 del
>>2457
Id recommend using a separate isolated computer to do banking or business on, and don't use that for any other use. Use a private VPN and always wipe out the browser history/cookies/caches and physically disconnect from the internet while not in use.

Social media (including the use of image boards), browsing porn, politics and piracy should be done on another isolated computer without any history of personal use. Of-course using a private VPN for this is recommended as well.

In other words don't put all your eggs into one basket, and make sure to use proper COMSEC/OPSEC.



Syrian Govt Forces Discover Israeli Made Weapons In Former ISIS-ruled Territory Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 19:31:30 Id: 045967 [Preview] No. 2427 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED DOCUMENTATION OF CIA/MOSSAD ISLAMIC TERRORIST FUNDING: https://archive.fo/eO0u6

Syrian Forces discovered dozens of Israeli-made arms, ammunition and telecommunication devices, while searching through areas that were recently liberated from ISIS in the Homs and Hama provinces.

Among discovered arms and equipment, there were some artillery pieces, around 800 mortar shells, a machine gun equipped with 10 thousand bullets, in addition to several rounds of bullets made for 17 mm, 14,5 mm and 30 mm machine guns, as well as an RPG, 3 RPG launchers and a whole bunch of telecommunication devices.

A great number of items discovered turned out to be of Israeli origin.

The discoveries were made while the Syrian Army was searching through and combing the areas that were recently liberated from ISIS terrorists, in particularly Jeb Al Jarrah, a village located north of Qaryatayn, and in the southern countryside of the town of Salamiyeh in Hama province.

Meanwhile, Syrian Army assumed control over strategic village of Al Husseiniyeh, located north of of Deir Ez Zour city.

This comes right after the Syrian Army liberated strategic villages of Buqrous Foukani, Buqrous Tahtani and Al Dhiyban earlier in the day.

https://archive.fo/kih3J
http://yournewswire.com/syrian-forces-discover-israeli-made-weapons-in-liberated-isis-territory/


Reader 10/17/2017 (Tue) 08:15:26 Id: ee0633 [Preview] No. 2446 del
was always known (((israhell))) are the real Nazis



New Soros Study Finds Out The REAL Reason Trump Was Elected: America Has Gone To Shit Over The Last 30+ Years Reader 10/15/2017 (Sun) 15:41:29 Id: 116b4d [Preview] No. 2398 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
New Soros Study Finds Out The REAL Reason Trump Was Elected:
America Has Gone To Shit Over The Last 30+ Years, Workers Are Fed Up!!!

https://archive.fo/CaWJq
http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/14/george-soros-funded-a-study-of-white-working-class-voters-who-support-trump-heres-what-he-found/

A recently-released research study sheds light on the values of white working-class voters in the United States and the reasons these voters strongly supported Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

Three researchers from three different universities authored the study, titled “White Working-Class Views on Belonging, Change, Identity and Immigration.”

Open Society Foundations, a network of political organizations controlled by left-wing billionaire George Soros, funded the study.

The trio of researchers conducted the study by visiting four places between August 2016 and March 2017: Birmingham, Alabama; Dayton, Ohio; Tacoma, Washington; Phoenix, Arizona; and — for some reason — the New York City borough of Brooklyn.

The researchers spoke candidly with over 400 people who identify as members of the white working class.

Here is what they found:
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Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 07:36:50 Id: a1e740 [Preview] No. 2410 del
>>2403
shut the FUCK up


Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 08:17:27 Id: 3d2ac9 [Preview] No. 2411 del
>>2410
Shut your mouth, monkey.


Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 11:46:53 Id: a0e8fe [Preview] No. 2413 del
>>2401
>Frankly I'm shocked someone as bias as George Soros invested his money to fund such an honest and fair research paper.

I'm not. The guy failed to get Hilary in even when the whole game was stacked in her favor. Now he's putting in research to make sure it doesn't happen again. Soros may employ useful idiots, but he is not one of them.


Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 14:40:13 Id: 15ac1c [Preview] No. 2415 del
>>2403
A continent perhaps, but also where a massive country resides too.

>>2413
That makes sense, they surely are pissed off that they can't fully control Trump and he is getting in the way of this communistic internationalist agenda.

I wonder if Soros is going to try funding a populist puppet in the US come 2020, like what happened in the French elections recently with Macron defeating the nationalist Le Pen?


Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 23:27:53 Id: a0e8fe [Preview] No. 2433 del
>>2415
My philosophy is that our Republic will fall the same way Rome's did. So yes, Soros will be Crassus and he's going to look for his Pompey and Caeser. Hopefully he dies the same way Crassus did: with a bunch of Persians dressing him up like a woman and stoning him in the streets.



ISIS Facing Imminent Collapse in Syria's Raqqa Reader 10/14/2017 (Sat) 18:59:45 Id: 7ffe5c [Preview] No. 2387 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Syrian government forces and their allies on Saturday said they seized the town of Mayadeen, an Islamic State stronghold in the country’s east, in a major gain in the race for territories previously held by the militant group.

The announcement came as U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces said they were in the “final” battle for control of Raqqa, the ISIS' de facto capital and the symbol of the group’s reign of terror. However, officials with the Kurdish-led SDF said it could be hours or days before ISIS is uprooted from the city, to the north of Mayadeen.

Over the past months, Mayadeen had become a refugee for the IS leadership from Syria and Iraq as its self-proclaimed caliphate crumbled.

The town, on the western bank of the Euphrates River, was also a major node in the race for control of the oil-rich eastern Deir el-Zour province that straddles the border with Iraq.

SDF has steadily been making a bid for areas in the province, securing territory to the east of the river as the U.S.-backed offensive focused on the Iraq border area, still controlled by ISIS (what surprise).

The Washington DC political elite fear further advances by Syrian government forces could help Iran, Syria and Russia continue undermining the US petrodollar with unrestricted gold/oil and other alternative non-dollar trades.

https://archive.fo/8YIud
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2017/10/14/isis-facing-imminent-collapse-syrias-raqqa/764695001/


Reader 10/15/2017 (Sun) 02:01:16 Id: 6eff73 [Preview] No. 2391 del
bumping freaking news


Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 19:13:58 Id: ea7b45 [Preview] No. 2424 del
that image terrifies me more than ISIS.


Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 20:01:32 Id: 8e8456 [Preview] No. 2428 del
>>2424
The picture was meant to be a thought-provoking ruse to trigger disinfo agents. Lets be clear, it was the Israeli Mossad, the US State Department/CIA as well British military contracting firms that have been busted over and over again aiding Islamic terrorists (or what Obama liked to call "rebels") in attempt to overthrow Assad and his nationalist government which is an economic ally to Russia.

The anti-Assad propaganda falls flat on its face if you do enough research and have the skills to think critically for yourself. Assad and his administration has worked very hard to liberate Syria from Islamic forces who have slaughtered, maimed and killed innocent Christians and Muslims who have refused to comply to brutal Sharia Law.

Why would anyone condone Sharia Law? Anyone who is a decent human being would shun such a hostile, belligerent, brutal and inhumane ideology. Sharia Law and its ilk was subjugating and destroying the republic of Syria, and if successful would have reduced Syria to rubble. What good could come of this, or better yet who would stand to benefit?

Israel would have, because they want to expand their territory be reducing other nations around it to rubble, and when they do, they grab major chunks of occupied land for expansion for the Israeli state. Israel is a major asset to the US deep state and military industrial complex, so this is why our intelligence agencies work hand in hand with Mossad's destabilization operations.

This needs to stop, it is creating untold misery around the Middle East, far far far worse than Russian economic cooperations that undermine the US dollar.

The solution for the US would be to simply not waste Trillions of Dollars $$$ on these despicable wars, but to compete economically and diplomatically with Russia through better trade relations and increasing economic productivity within the United States.

Russia cannot undermine the US dollar though Syria alone, it would also take us wasting TRILLIONS OF OUR OWN DOLLARS to further undermine the petrodollar - as we have seen happen.

Bad policies have consequences. Until we accept that, we will continue to fail and continue to be undermined. But, I know... blame the victims. That seems to be the response these corrupt elites always conclude. Scapegoats, denial and pity parties.


Reader 10/16/2017 (Mon) 23:08:46 Id: b318a1 [Preview] No. 2431 del
>>2428
I mean it in the sense that isis is rubbish and fear Putin I have not eaten the propaganda antiASSAD, you should have put another image of Putin only that I do not like that..